I currently face the common Yast2 segfault due to an update of libqt for the current SVN version of KDE4.
I saw that the solution to the problem is to downgrade yast2-qt-pkg to its original version. The problem I’m facing is that I can’t seem to install One-Click-Install packages from a terminal.
I would like to do that because I have not found any other way to install another version of a program with yast, which is why I use Webpin to locate and install the package.
Previously, I could use the One-Click-Install program for this task but witht the latest update of libqt, even that module segfaults.
While I’m at it, how can I ask Yast not to update a specific package? Should I taboo it?
Any help is greatly appreciated,
You can start a text mode (ncurses) version of yast from a shell if required.
su (to become root user, enter root password when prompted)
Its a bit more difficult to navigate (uses tab and arrow keys), but you will need to search for the ‘yast2-qt-pkg’ rpm, then you tab to ‘View’ menu → ‘Package Versions’. If other versions exist they will be listed. Click on the required package version, then ‘Accept’.
Alternatively, via zypper:
zypper se yast2-qt-pkg --details
For example, on my openSUSE 11.0 system, I get
linux:/home/dean # zypper se --details yast2-qt-pkg
Reading installed packages…
S | Name | Type | Version | Arch | Repository
i | yast2-qt-pkg | package | 2.16.48-0.2 | i586 | Updates for 11.0
v | yast2-qt-pkg | package | 2.16.48-0.1 | i586 | Updates for 11.0
v | yast2-qt-pkg | package | 2.16.47-0.2 | i586 | Updates for 11.0
v | yast2-qt-pkg | package | 2.16.46-4.1 | i586 | openSUSE-11.0-Oss
i | yast2-qt-pkg | patch | 63 | noarch | Updates for 11.0
So I could downgrade to 2.16.48-0.1 with
zypper in yast2-qt-pkg-2.16.48-0.1
Hope this helps.
Thank you for your help. I got to install another version of the package.
I still have the same issue but it is not related to the topic which is why I’ll post another one.